Craft & Publishing Workshops



Join other writers and experts in the field to learn about topics relating to writing and marketing your work. These interactive workshops  allow you to dig deeper into your work and learn from other committed writers in a collegial setting.

Fall 2019 Schedule*

October 12

Puttin’ In Your Writing Miles: Create, Write, Refine, Repeat with Tom King

Through several applied writing activities and challenges, you will develop literary insights and skills you may not have considered. Plus you will share in new tales, songs, poems…much quirky fun. Geared toward people who are just starting to scratch their writing itch and those whose creativity could use a jumpstart, you’re certain to leave with lots of pages of first draft writing.


November 9

Understanding Audiobooks: A New Chapter for Writers with Brian Callanan

Audible Approved Narrator Brian Callanan explains the rapid rise of the audio format and shows you how you can turn your own work into an audiobook. Students will get hands-on experience with narrating, learn the pros and cons of hiring a narrator, and discover how audiobooks can improve their writing craft.


December 14

Getting Past the “So What?” with Christina Clancy

What is the deeper meaning or broader theme of our work? In this collaborative workshop, we’ll engage in exercises to generate new work and discuss your story ideas and/or work-in-progress. We’ll also develop strategies that can help push your writing further — or, rather, closer to your readers.

*Studio workshops held on Saturday mornings from 9:30 – noon in our studio at 11709 W. Cleveland Ave, West Allis (in the education wing of Holy Trinity Church)